5 Things You Need to Know Today — June 10, 2012
Here's what's going on today in Plymouth and Canton.
Regional trivia: At which local restaurant can you order a unique dish simply named "special grilled cheese" with muenster, gouda, apple slices and bacon on grilled cinnamon bread?
The answer to Saturday's trivia: The Ilitch family, Saddam Hussein, Jerome Bettis, James Earl Jones and neurosurgeon Benjamin Carson and, of course, Santa Claus and Elmo all have been awarded the key to the City of Detroit.
5. Canton Farmers Market is today
Looking to grab some fresh produce? The Canton Farmers Market will run today at Preservation Park, 500 N. Ridge Road, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. For a look at what's offered, check out our preview.
4. October Baby screens at Penn today
October Baby, a PG-13 film about a college freshman whose world is shaken when she learns she is the adopted survivor of an attempted abortion, is screening today at the nonprofit Penn Theatre in downtown Plymouth. Screenings are 4:45 and 7 p.m. and the film runs 107 minutes.
3. Canton's Liberty Fest is this week
Prepare for carnival rides, live music and family-friendly entertainment as Liberty Fest returns to Canton next week. The festival runs June 14-16 at Heritage Park in Canton. You can find more details on the event's website.
2. Brag about your graduate on Patch
Have a grad this year? Or was your son or daughter a Dean's List recipient at their college? Post an announcement and let your neighbors know! Attach a photo and maybe we'll feature it on the front page of Patch!
1. Plymouth-Canton commencements are today at Eastern Michigan University
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park's commencement ceremonies are Sunday at Eastern Michigan University's Convocation Center, 799 N. Hewitt in Ypsilanti. Plymouth students walk at 11 a.m., Canton walks at 2 p.m. and Salem walks at 5 p.m. Each senior will receive two complimentary non-reserved tickets. Additional tickets can be ordered by contacting Eastern Michigan University by telephone at (734) 487-2282. The cost is $5 for each ticket. All persons over the age of five are required to have a ticket to enter the arena. There will be no tickets sold or otherwise distributed at the door.